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Daniel Mendelsohn is a celebrated classicist and critic for the New Yorker and New York Review of Books, and author of the international bestseller The Lost: a search for six of six million. His education as a classicist informs the bulk of his literary output, in which he builds wonderfully imaginative bridges between cultural pasts and the present. I caught up with Daniel to talk about his role as a cultural critic, the importance of the classics and the gruelling experience of writing memoirs.

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Evie Wyld in conversation with Geordie Williamson, talks about her Miles Franklin award winning novel All the Birds, Singing

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We’ve all had those moments. Peering at a restaurant menu, wondering why it was necessary to specify that a “hen” had laid your “slow cooked egg” or what “spanked rosemary” would taste like.

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Karen Hitchcock is an award-winning author, doctor, and a regular columnist for The Monthly. Her recent Quarterly Essay, Dear Life: On caring for the elderly, investigates the treatment—both medical and political--- of Australia’s ageing population. In her Sydney Writers’ Festival lecture, ‘On Ageing’, she spoke out against the reduction of Australia’s aged population “into a statistic used to justify economic austerity”, and argued that many elderly Australians are internalising politicians’ rhetoric about the burden they place on Australian society. She spoke to me about ageing, anger, and her friendship with Helen Garner.

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